As population has increased, energy use has also increased. The widespread use of technology, particularly computers, means that computer power consumption is becoming a more important topic as the cost of energy rises and pollution, together with its side-effects, is recognized as an urgent challenge. Within computer science, benchmarks that measure various aspects of performance are common and widely used in the literature, yet benchmarking in order to measure power consumption of computers has not received the same attention.Scenario Desktop PC 100 Watts, 19a LCD 50 Watts Laptop PC 35 Watts Worst Case 24 hours per day usage, 365 days per year 150Watts/Hour * 8760Hours * 1Kilowatt/ 1000 Watts * $0.15/ Kilowatt = $197.10 total cost for 1 year of useanbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer Power Consumption Benchmarking for Green Computing|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|